Assistant Professor Amy Malcom, family nurse practitioner program coordinator in Brenau’s Mary Inez Grindle School of Nursing, is herself a family nurse practitioner. She works in a busy rural practice in Madison, Georgia, that has seen some positive COVID-19 cases.
A “Triple Tiger,” having earned three degrees at Brenau, Malcom said her doctorate has helped her “be a true leader and evaluate organizational and global issues.” She is also grateful to be serving as a health care provider when they are needed most.
“I am here to support and serve my community,” Malcom says. “I have been a nurse for 29 years serving in intensive care and the emergency department. I am so happy to be in the office working as a provider. It is so rewarding.”
She adds, “We have so many amazing current and former students on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, and I am so proud of all of them.”